Iconic Australian furniture brand King has recently launched the Reo II collection, which pairs a full-body comfort experience with timeless design.
A sense of timelessness is at the heart of celebrated landscape designer Michael Bates’ design philosophy. Here, the Australian creative shares his insights for crafting a garden that will be enjoyed for many years to come
King and Mirvac, two icons of Australian design, have come together to craft a vision of tranquillity and elegance that showcases how future homeowners might live at the new Voyager residential tower.
Just as design speaks to us through light, colour, form and textures, the question of design ethics is increasingly coming into the conversation. Asking and answering those questions is an important part of the process, according to leading designers.
Habitus editor Aleesha Callahan is curating a series of festive season gift guides, each inspired by the five senses. Up first is ‘taste’, where food is the undeniable centrepiece. Peruse products that are the perfect kitchen and dining accompaniment.
Our collective passion for outdoor living is inspiring product and landscape designers alike to look outside the proverbial box and craft outdoor spaces that look and feel ‘lived in’. Here’s how.
King Global Head of Product, David Hardwick, discusses that as designers become more comfortable and even confident with the expression of an Australian aesthetic, an increasing sense of confidence in what they do emerges.
When designing, materiality is one of the most essential considerations in creating a space that is welcoming, comfortable and luxurious. King Head of Textiles, Sebastian Nash, explores the importance of creating a considered material palette.